Posts tagged with: Types of Fish

How To Turn A Slow Fishing Day Productive

The inshore waters of South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia have an abundance of coastal fish for anglers to target. Whether you’re an experienced angler or novice, everyone can join...

Spotted Bass vs. Largemouth Bass: 5 Differences

Both the largemouth bass and spotted bass call North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia home. They were introduced to the lakes, rivers, and reservoirs in these three states. The spotted...

Coastal Georgia Tarpon Fishing

Anglers search for tarpon along the Georgia coast for the unmatched battle. Charter captains and recreational fishermen encounter tarpon in coastal Georgia during the summer and fall months. Still, they...

Largemouth Bass Vs. Smallmouth Bass (What’s The Difference)

Two of the most common bass in the United States are the largemouth bass and the smallmouth bass. Anglers target largemouth and smallmouth bass because of the bullish fight they...

What Is a Sawfish (Including Where To Find)

The sawfish is a very unique-looking fish that could be found in the coastal areas of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. The reason we say could be found is...

What is a Triple Tail Fish

The next time you’re out saltwater fishing off of North Carolina, South Carolina, or Georgia, keep a sharp lookout for what appears to be a large leaf floating by. Common...

Spanish Mackerel vs King Mackerel: What’s The Difference

There are many variations of mackerel in the family. Two of the most popular mackerel for anglers to target are the Spanish mackerel and king mackerel. Mackerel are aggressive-looking fish...

Brown Trout Vs. Rainbow Trout Vs. Brook Trout: What’s the Difference

Many people often overlook the fact that trout varieties are common in the south. Trout species are not just northern fish. Consider making a trip to the south to catch...

Can You Catch Mahi Mahi In South Carolina

Offshore fishing in South Carolina holds nearly all of the most highly sought-after pelagic fish species. In addition to the mahi mahi, you can also find blackfin tuna and yellowfin...

Skipjack vs Albacore: What’s the Difference?

Both the Skipjack and the Albacore are in the family of tunas. They both are found in the offshore waters of South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia. Although both tunas...
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